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Homework #1: Traditional and Alternative Paths to Teaching If you’re interested in becoming a teacher there are traditional and alternates paths to accomplish this goal. Once you decide that a career in education is right for you, the next traditional step is to select a teaching program at a 4-year college and get your bachelor’s degree. In each state in the US, you must be certified for you to be able to work as a teacher in a public school. It is also important that you know the rules in the state that you plan to live and work so that you can get the correct certification. All states require K-12 public school teachers to have at least a bachelor’s degree. Kindergarten and elementary school teachers should have a bachelor’s degree in elementary education. It is possible at the moment for a preschool teacher to begin work with an associate’s degree but, there is a push toward requiring a bachelor’s degree for this grade level as well. Some school require that their K-6 teachers should major in a content area such as math, or science. It is mandatory that High school and some middle school teachers
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